"The irony is pretty terrific. I thought maybe I should get one so people don’t think I’m insane doing the press for ‘Need for Speed.’ But then I thought it would make a pretty good story." — Imogen Poots can’t legally drive, is hella charming.

"The irony is pretty terrific. I thought maybe I should get one so people don’t think I’m insane doing the press for ‘Need for Speed.’ But then I thought it would make a pretty good story." — Imogen Poots can’t legally drive, is hella charming.

"The submarine itself was kind of a fire hazard. It was a dangerous thing. They were all sealed up in it. This was in Italy and there was no plan. ‘What happens if these lights start melting the thing? It’s going to take us 30 minutes to get these guys out of the canister.’" — Spoke to Wes Anderson about his best scene.

"I would be Slytherin [laughs]. No, I’d be Dauntless, because you can get fucked up and have the most fun. They can drink. They can eat what they want. Also, the babes are hotter." — Spoke to “Divergent” star Theo James, who is going to be super-duper famous.

"I would be Slytherin [laughs]. No, I’d be Dauntless, because you can get fucked up and have the most fun. They can drink. They can eat what they want. Also, the babes are hotter." — Spoke to “Divergent” star Theo James, who is going to be super-duper famous.

"It’s not like I necessarily made a choice that I would like to do this again. It’s sometimes just that I don’t have an alternative. It’s the way I like the most. I could do this other thing, but I don’t really like it as much. I’ve done eight movies, and you go back to the well a certain number of times and some things are going to start to be familiar. I also equate it to handwriting. Your personality comes through in a way. You don’t really control your handwriting. I feel a bit like that with the whole process of making the movie." — Spoke to Wes Anderson about his fascination with the mentor-mentee relationship.

"It’s not like I necessarily made a choice that I would like to do this again. It’s sometimes just that I don’t have an alternative. It’s the way I like the most. I could do this other thing, but I don’t really like it as much. I’ve done eight movies, and you go back to the well a certain number of times and some things are going to start to be familiar. I also equate it to handwriting. Your personality comes through in a way. You don’t really control your handwriting. I feel a bit like that with the whole process of making the movie." — Spoke to Wes Anderson about his fascination with the mentor-mentee relationship.

Shailene Woodley and Brie Larson are still BFF.

Shailene Woodley and Brie Larson are still BFF.

Love Rachel Brosnahan on “House of Cards” and also in this short film, called “Basically.” She’s basically the best.

Here’s the first plot summary for the “Entourage” movie: “Movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), together with his boys, Eric (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) and Johnny (Kevin Dillon), are back…and back in business with super agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven). Some of their ambitions have changed, but the bond between them remains strong as they navigate the capricious and often cutthroat world of Hollywood.”

Here’s the first plot summary for the “Entourage” movie: “Movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), together with his boys, Eric (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) and Johnny (Kevin Dillon), are back…and back in business with super agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven). Some of their ambitions have changed, but the bond between them remains strong as they navigate the capricious and often cutthroat world of Hollywood.”

"David Denby came out and wrote to the snobbiest people, those who read the smart people and think serious cinema has to be, pretty much, just suspense or just suffering. To me, that’s a cliche. What I aspire to is what many of heroes did, such as Billy Wilder or Frank Capra or George Cukor. It’s hard to create suffering that’s real and emotional but also enchanting and propulsive. That’s what exhilarates me. Denby wrote that this was not just an amazing ride, but cinema, and this is the art of cinema. He wrote very nice things. They were respectful. It meant a lot to me." — Spoke to David O. Russell about “American Hustle” being the “fun” Best Picture nominee.

"David Denby came out and wrote to the snobbiest people, those who read the smart people and think serious cinema has to be, pretty much, just suspense or just suffering. To me, that’s a cliche. What I aspire to is what many of heroes did, such as Billy Wilder or Frank Capra or George Cukor. It’s hard to create suffering that’s real and emotional but also enchanting and propulsive. That’s what exhilarates me. Denby wrote that this was not just an amazing ride, but cinema, and this is the art of cinema. He wrote very nice things. They were respectful. It meant a lot to me." — Spoke to David O. Russell about “American Hustle” being the “fun” Best Picture nominee.